14 Replies Latest reply: Aug 14, 2011 9:08 PM by renick RSS

Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)

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Which is better? Intel or AMD? I think it's Intel. I had a bad experience with AMD. They're so slow... And are more hot :p. In the Creative Zen nano system requirements: Intel Pentium II 350 MHz or AMD K6 450 MHz. Well...  And sorry for my English LOL.:^0!intel.jpg!

  • 1. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    IntelInside1990 Community Member
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    Little girl, it's Intel. Now, yesterday and forever. Good luck for Intel!

  • 2. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Slash Community Member
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    AMD and Intel are both great companies. I had a old computer with Intel Celeron 2.4 GHz, wich was slow and "Tired". But i will not blame it all on the processer. There wasn't much RAM, about 512MB. So now i have this AMD Athlon 5000+ Dual-Core 2.60 GHz (5.20 Ghz). It's not so fast, because Dual-Cores only use 100% under big stress, but it's still FAST. If AMD and INTEL worked together on a Six-Core processer, than it would be great. They just need to know how ;P

  • 3. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Javed Lodhi Community Member
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    Well it is interesting to see that you guys are posting your concerns however I feel that we are not here to settle scores as to who is better and who is not. Let's not forget that both Intel and AMD produce processors, both sell and both are used world over. Both companies have different modes of operations, different policies yet they work towards the benefit of end users. Moreover, talking about 6 cores and saying that Intel or AMD engineers need to know how to work on a Six-core processor, I am sure that you will be delighted to learn that Intel is already working on it's Eight-Core processors that you guys will find soon however for now, Intel Bloomfield based on Nehalem (microarchitecture) will definitely impress you. In a few years time, you will cheerish the memories of Dual and Quad-Cores calling them as old and slower processors of one generation while working on processors that have much higher processing power, operating on low voltages and will be far more efficient, thanks to the hard working and intelligent brains of Intel, AMD and many other chip manufacturing companies. Keep your fingers crossed and explore Bloomfield for now if you think that even Quad-core is slow.

     

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  • 4. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Slash Community Member
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    That's good, but you know that AMD allways are trying to be better and same with Intel. The problem is that they can't corporate together on that Eight-Core Processer.

     

     

    It would take some time before Intel and AMD find together.

     

     

    DId you know that IBM is working on a 1024 Cored Processer  ?

     

     

  • 5. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Javed Lodhi Community Member
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    Original post below

     

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    Javed Lodhi

  • 6. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Javed Lodhi Community Member
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    Slash,

     

    Since we are all here to share knowledge, discuss and resolve problems our members encounter on Intel platform, therefore, I prefer not to go into comparisons with any OEM, MNC or any other microprocessor manufacturer, computing corporate; and I respect all of them for their hard work and efforts they put in to the computing world to bring consumers better products everyday

     

    As for the 1024 core processor, are you talking about IBM Power? I do not have any updates on a 1024 core processor by any manufacturer even IBM though I do know about Tilera announcing it's "[Tile64|http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/33451/135/]", a 64 programmable core 90nm RISC based processor. However if you have any evident knowledge about the IBM working on a 1024 core processor, we all would be glad if you could share any such information with us.

     

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  • 7. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Slash Community Member
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    Just think about how 1024 cores would be in a processer, as i know, it's under development, and it's maybe done in 2009, i'm sorry, but i can't remember.

     

     

  • 8. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Javed Lodhi Community Member
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    Good to know but Slash, that is what I am saying ... talking about 1024 Cores in a processor, I am interested in reading about it since I am sure all of us would be curious to know how are they going to achieve it on a RISC based processor and how many nm manufacturing technology are they using? So far this is not in my knowledge or in anyone that I know of but it will be a great source of information if you could provide us some links leading to this information.

     

     

    Thank you!

     

     

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  • 9. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Javed Lodhi Community Member
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    I found this during my research about tera-scale computing and maximizing cores, thought this might interest people wanting to know about growing number of cores as Intel implements 80 simple cores, each containing two programmable FPEs (floating point engines).

     

    Teraflops Research Chip

    Intel Tera-scale Computing Research Program

     

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    Intel Tests Chip Design with 80-Core Processor

    Intel 80-Core Teraflop Research Processor

    What would you do with a Teraflop?

     

    Teraflops Research Chip: This chip is Intel's first silicon tera-scale research prototype. It is the first programmable chip to deliver more than one trillion floating

     

     

    point operations per second (1 Teraflops) of performance while consuming very little power.

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  • 10. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Javed Lodhi Community Member
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    This is in reference to all the above discussions in this thread, where our members/guests initiated conversations regarding AMD being better and IBM working on 1024 core processors. With all due respect, we all know that we are here to discuss our experiences, issues and find a workaround/solution for our members encountering any problems on an Intel platform but not to bash any other OEM, ISV, IHV or MNC.

    We very well know where Intel stands amongst the chip manufacturers and I feel it is completely pointless rather shameful to use our platform to disrespect any other chip manufacturer, especially on non-technical grounds or false information. We do have technical comparisons done according to industry standards by benchmarking companies of neutral, unbiased architects with correct information and supporting evidence that evaluate our products relative to some Industrial benchmark standard or scale, and these comparsions are available all over the internet for the users to see and choose according to their requirements and preferences. Despite my intimation, I have noticed that this debate went on about Intel and AMD and then 1024 cores information popped in without any evidence produced despite my reminders to provide any supporting document.

    Although this does not mean any potential harm to any member or Intel but I feel that this attitude should be discouraged and members are strictly advised to refrain from any such discussion that contains mocking remarks against any organization or an individual. With regards to any other chip manufacturer including AMD, IBM, Tilera, Motorola, etc; we respect all of them for their works and their endeavour towards betterment of IT and advancement in hardware technologies as we all work towards a modern and a better world for our consumers.

    Speaking of which, any hoax or false information provided without a supporting evidence to gain an advantage is considered as a crime and is intolerable by all means. We do expect our members or guests to be a little more responsible when providing information and we advise them not to state or mention anything that they are unsure of or might have misunderstood as is the case with 1024 cores here. We have noticed that many members or guests have mistaken micro-controllers by Tilera, Clock Speed, IBM, Motorola or any other company to be the same as x86 microprocessors. Be it informed that these micro-controllers are not the conventional x86 processors and do not understand the x86 instruction sets which makes up a desktop/server or laptop processor. Please do not provide any information that you are either unsure of or have no supporting evidence because at the end of the day, it is not just the wrong impression you give to the company but also propagate wrong information to our respected members and guests who are here to gain information.

    We understand your emotional attachment with Intel and respect your good intent, which we are proud of and continue to serve you better everyday but we request you all our dear members and guests to kindly refrain from any unlawful or unethical practices and pay respect towards other community members, guests and any other organization discussed. Please be advised that in case of any doubts, feel free to consult your Community Admin or brush through our Terms of Use.

    We hope you like the all new platform and have a completely new and exciting experience here at Intel Open Port with us, have a good time!

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  • 11. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Slash Community Member
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    Here i am, back with a new computer, as the old one kept freezing. I see that AMD Athlon 64 Dual-Core processers aren't that great, as i thought. It seems like the processer was freezing, under shutdown, downloads, installs, and games. This will now make me think more, before i buy any AMD related products in the future. Also, i am more comfortable with a Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200, than the older horse. BTW that with AMD and IBM. IBM have made processers for over... 20 years. Their experience is just as great as intels, maybe better aswell. But IBM isn't as powerful, as it was for 10 years ago. The reason why, is MAYBE that their processers are'nt that popular anymore. End of this reply.

     

    Cheers from Slash!

  • 12. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    Slash Community Member
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    And also, i do never provide false information. If i did so, i was unknown about it, or unsure.

  • 13. Re: Which is better? Intel or AMD? (Well, obviously is Intel)
    tariely Community Member
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    I prefer Intel. Amd has a huge catalog of proseccor and it is hard to find out which proseccor for motherboard.

     

     

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    both are the same....only one disadvantage about amd is that it gets very very hot is certain amount of time....but amd has the advanced processor running around the world...if u want to work computer  for only a certain time then amd is the good option to go....

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